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Council for British Archaeology (2007) CBA Research Reports [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1000332
ISBN 0 906780 24 1
This volume contains most of the papers delivered to a symposium held at the University of Nottingham from 12-14 December 1980, together with a number of invited contributions, which could not be included in the programme for lack of time. Organized by the Air Photography Committee of the CBA, the Nottingham symposium was intended to be a sequel to the CBA Air Photography Symposium of 1974, whose proceedings were published as Research Report No 12, under the editorship of D R Wilson. Whereas the former event was cast in a discursive mould, looking well beyond the shores of this country, the purpose of the 1980 conference was basically threefold: to put into focus, particularly for a British audience, the achievement and failures of current aerial survey and its effect on archaeology; to examine the techniques now used for plotting and interpretation; and to discuss the development of methods that might assist the recovery and analysis of data in the future. It was also hoped that some measure of agreement might be reached on the most appropriate means of publication for archaeological evidence derived from air photographs.
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